Michael Jones of Inspiring Philosophy suggests that the author of the epistle of Jude uses 1 Enoch 1:9 the way a pastor might insert a pop-culture reference into a sermon. But is this what’s going on with Jude’s citation of 1 Enoch? Let’s investigate!
The script for episode 3 of this season of ‘Amateur Exegesis.’
Martinus C. de Boer, Paul, Theologian of God’s Apocalypse: Essays on Paul and Apocalyptic (Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2020), 22. The story of [the] angelic fall is found or alluded to in much of the literature (1 En. 6-19; 64:1-2; 69:4-5; 86:1-6; 106:13-17; Jub. 4:15, 22;… Continue Reading “Martinus C. de Boer: Angels and Demons”
“The dude really needs to sit down and read something beyond McDowell, because at the moment his knowledge of scholarly consensus and methodology (and the evidence at hand) is enormously dime store apologist level.” – Chris Hansen on J Warner Wallace Over at his… Continue Reading “The Weekly Roundup – 1.18.19”